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Submitted by therealmccoy 668d ago | opinion piece

SimCity & Other PR nightmares-Have we Learnt Nothing?

Planet Ivy: In 2004 Valve released Half Life 2 with its now ubiquitous distribution platform, Steam. The (hilariously silent) backlash came from those without internet connections who were forced to activate their product online in order to play. I can still remember an important-looking member of Electronics Boutique asking me if I was sure I had the internet... (PC, SimCity)

therealmccoy  +   669d ago
What a disaster this game/launch was

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